Hi, lovebugs! As many of you know, I started graduate school this past January. In short, it’s been an overwhelming whirlwind of a time, but I’m so glad I ended up going back to school. I’ve come to realize that school is the only place where I feel at home. Just your typical book-loving nerd here. Since I wasn’t able to post anything while in … Continue reading What I Read My First Semester of Graduate School | part 1: renaissance literature edition
Happy New Year, my angels!! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! It’s my favorite time of the year (the end, that is) where I get to make a gigantic list of books that I may never get to! I’ve loved looking through all of the books everyone is excited for in the new year, and I couldn’t pass up making one myself. … Continue reading 21 Books I Want To Read In 2021
Hello, sweet peas! Long time, no see! I’m sorry I’ve been MIA recently, but, to be fair, it’s been for a good cause. As you can tell by the title, I got accepted into graduate school and will be begin studying for my Master’s degree in English this January, as well as working as a part-time research assistant for the English department! *cue internalized screaming* … Continue reading Life Update | I’m a graduate student!
hello, my loves! I hope you all are doing well and staying safe! I recently watched Jess from sunbeamsjess’ Wintry Book Recommendations, and it inspired me to create my own wintry TBR. I don’t typically choose my reading lists based on the seasons, but what the hell! It’s never too late to try something new. I realize it’s not winter for everyone, but I hope … Continue reading My Wintry TBR | more classics & character analysis’s
Classic literature is something that I hold near and dear to my heart. Whenever I peruse the shelves for something to read or buy, I always end up grabbing a Jane Austen novel or a Shakespeare play over a newer contemporary or thriller. Don’t get me wrong, I do read modern books, but there’s something enchanting about classics that I just can’t resist. I often … Continue reading Why I Love Reading Classics | Words and Time Travel